Line Developer statement
<Frabby1>: MW Online: Does this project have any impact on the universe development? Does it contribute new, original (as in, previously unpublished) Canon?
<Habeas2>: Frabby1 - Absolutely none. We at Catalyst Game Labs are presently under no pressure to adapt our product line and canon for the MW Online system. As ever, electronic and print games run largely autonomously, with one having no direct impact on the other.
(End quote) Frabby 10:27, 25 November 2011 (UTC)
 Mechwarrior: 3015
i have heard that the original teaser was to be called "Mechwarrior: 3015" from several (admittedly unreliable sources), can anyone confirm this? - FellBlade 11:55, 7 June 2012 (PDT)
- Incorrect. At the time of the release of the trailer, Smith & Timker said in interviews that the projected game was to be named "MechWarrior", without any addition. They reasoned that this title would mark the game as one of the MechWarrior series, while at the same time omitting the numeral would indicate a fresh start (their reasoning, not mine). MechWarrior: 3015 seems to be a fan-created apellation. It's not official. Frabby 12:25, 7 June 2012 (PDT)
 "Mechwarrior 5" and Mechwarrior online
I have seen these two games (the teaser for mw5 and the ftp multi-player game MWO) grouped together very often, i find that this creates confusion for the casual observer and i personally see them as 2 separate games, if its alright i would like to separate them by creating a page for the (never made) Mechwarrior 5 (or mechwarrior 3015?) and update this page with current information for MWO. - FellBlade
- Fair enough. I recommend "MechWarrior (MWO predecessor)" or something like that for the article name, because "MechWarrior" was the official title; redirects should be put in place for common fan names such as MW5. Frabby 12:25, 7 June 2012 (PDT)